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If you missed some or all of the SDCC 2014 Transformers news coverage from last week, we got you covered with our massive roundup of news and updates from the convention. Get the scoop on all the news, images, videos, panels, and more as it happenend right here in a single post that includes all our coverage from the show. Read on too see it all now.
Collectors Club
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: TFSS 2.0 Treadshot is AWESOME! Best Buy reveals new AoE release date, Toys R Us pushes back their release of Jetfire, awesome new unreleased third party concepts emerge, does the Marissa Fairborn TF Club exclusive provide a glimpse of things to come? All that and tons more!


Third Party
BBTS have just posted a new pre-order for the GCreation upcoming Shuraking SRK-01. It's a third-party copy of Dinobot Sludge in a voyager scale. This toy becomes the leg for the Dinobot Combiner, Shuraking. You can pre-order the Shuraking SRK-01 now at bigbadtoystore.com
Generation 1
Retro Robot Radio and TFormers.com present one of the most bizarre paradoxes in the history of Transformers Audiobooks - Galvatron's Air Attack! This story was written in the short gap between the release of the 1986 toys, but before the release of the Transformers 1986 movie. The writers wanted to add in all the characters introduced in the film, but didn't know the plot of the film yet.. so they just read the tech specs for the characters and made something up.
Transformers TV
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Third Party
Third party Transformers news for the week ending August 16th, 2014. Includes the latest news from the BadCube, Bold Forms, DX9 Toys, GCreations, Headrobots, Keith's Fantasy Club, Mastermind Creations, Omnigonix, Toyworld and Warbotron. Also includes items from Cassy Sark and CybCon NW 2014. Screen shot this week is a Star Poseidon from the anime series Starvengers.
Generation 1
Just in are the IDW Publishing November 2014 Transformers Comic Books Solicitations and Covers. Get the previews on the coming publications hitting stands in November including: Transformers: Primacy #4, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Vol. 6, Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #35: Days of Deception, Transformers #35: Days of Deception SPOTLIGHT, Transformers: Drift: Empire of Stone #1, and Angry Birds/Transformers #1. Read on to see all the comic book summaries, details and cover images.
Third Party
Here is the color promo for the figure. Says it's 21cm (8.3 inches) tall, that's about Ultra class? Up for preorder now at Robot Kingdom. Forms the leg of a not-Dinobot combiner! Read on to see the new image of the Combiner Legends figure in his many modes.
Generations
Sarah Stone, who joined IDW this year as the artist for Mairghread Scott's excellent Windblade comic, has now made the cover of Diamond's monthly catalog, Previews! Previews is the ordering catalog for the direct-distribution comics market, and the cover is a gorgeous illustration for the Days of Deception event that begins in November. Keep reading to see the cover!
Age of Extinction
TakaraTomy has published images of the official variety for Advanced Series AD-29 Slog and AD-30 Sky Drift! Slog is the most G1ish of the movie Dinobots in his default color scheme, and Sky Drift is the Japanese name for the Voyager Helicopter Drift which is a recolor of Dark of the Moon Skyhammer. Keep reading for more details!
Generations
PaxCybertron has also posted a review for Windblade, the Fan-Made Bot that IDW has left many of us eager to purchase. Pax reports that she's decent, with a few minor issues. Keep reading to see the review!
 
Age of Extinction
The prolific Masabon has put out a series of images for Takara's G1 version of Generations Voyager Grimlock! Somewhat different than the Hasbro version from SDCC, it's a pretty good G1ifying of the mold. Keep reading for sampled photos and a link to Masabon1980's full gallery!
Generations
YouTuber PaxCybertron has posted a review of the upcoming remold of Generations Armada Starscream, Jhiaxus! Introduced in the Transformers G2 comic where he was not orange, Jhiaxus went on to appear in IDW/Simon Furman's Regeneration One comic where he was also not orange, and also in IDW's main Generations continuity where he was briefly orange after years of not being orange, because his single orange appearance was designed after this toy. Keep reading to see the review!
Third Party
Just in are some new prototype images of their Bold Forms Gladius figure. Get a look at the homage to not Megatron that is triple changer including a look low-res at his head and better teaser shot of the tank mode. See the images after the jump for the previews.
Third Party
ome new images of Bold Forms Lone Wolf (not Motormaster) prototype. Seems he's as tall as MP10 in robot mode (who is about 23 centimeters tall). and is very much an articulted G1 model. Read on to see the images below.
Third Party
The following was posted by CZ Hazard, who works with KFC/KTC: "I've been working with Keith on the stories and bios for the KFC line for a couple of years now, recently Keith has asked me to help out with a public face for the company and someone who can explain things in (hopefully good) English without a language barrier to confuse matters. I will attempt to do my best to help out with answers where and when I can..." Read on for the full release.
Third Party
A couple images seem at Auto Assembly's third party panel have been released by freelance designer Cassy Sark. Sark has designed numerous third party toys, working for iGear, Mastermind Creations, Mech Ideas and Keith's Fantasy Club. Read on for more details and images.
Generations
Pax Cybertron has followed up his images post with a Generations Nightbeat video review. Nightbeat is a reuse of the Bumblebee/Goldfire mold- it's not as nice a figure as the Jazz mold shown previously, but it is more accurate to the original G1 body type. Then there's that yellow paint on blue plastic not working too well, though... keep reading to see the full video review now.
Generations
Thanks again Pax Cybertron we have some more images this time of the IDW inspired Crosscut figure. Get a look at the Transformers Generations deluxe class toy that is a remake of the Generations Skids character with a newly molded head and paint scheme to go with. This figure was displayed at BotCon and SDCC this year and is expect to hit store shelves anytime now. Read on to see the out of package images.
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